Sterling post-Brexit fall boosts Hiscox

Diversification tempers impacts of natural disasters on insurer

Allianz promises closer ties with Pimco

Relationship pledge between German insurer and US bond unit

Lloyds of London for the big page. 
Underwriters and brokers cut deals on the trading floor at Lloyds where face to face negotiations still rule.

Beazley plans Ireland base for EU growth

Other London-based insurers consider post-Brexit options

UK insurers censured over sales agents

‘Widespread’ evidence of bad practices in third-party sales

China targets ‘ATM’ insurers

Regulator wary of aggressive upstarts such as Anbang and Baoneng

US moves to block health insurer mergers

DoJ sues over Anthem’s takeover of Cigna and Aetna’s Humana deal

Big data use risks making some uninsurable

Report says consumers could miss out if insurers deem them too risky

Insurers slam ‘collateral lies’ ruling

ABI says payouts for such claims fly in face of crackdown on cheats

US eyes blocking health insurance deals

Anthem’s $48bn Cigna offer and Aetna’s $37bn Humana bid in doubt

Baoneng faces margin call on Vanke debt

Share price tumble highlights risks of leveraged buyout

Legal & General signs ICI pension deal

Insurer seeks to calm fears about its post-Brexit business model

City of London sees Brexit differently to new minister

Priority for London is easy access to the EU single market

Wealth products power Anbang and rivals

Fast-growing Chinese investment market raises concerns about risk

Asset management: Actively failing

Managers are seeking new strategies to keep investors on side

L&G faces questions over business

Shares in insurer underperform peers amid concerns for exposure to domestic economy

Movers & shakers: July 18

BlackRock hires veteran Credit Suisse banker Philip Vasan

‘Don’t rely on downsizing for a pension’

Millions could be in for a shock, study suggests

Towergate fined for £12.6m hole in accounts

FCA imposes £2.6m penalty on insurance intermediary

Bailey: dedicated follower of fashion

High office and haute couture do not go hand in hand

Investors pile into private rental sector

Proportion of owner-occupiers has fallen from 71 per cent in 2003 to 63 per cent

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